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Dynamic Mobility Applications (DMA)

In the future cars, trucks, buses, the roadside, and our smartphones will talk to each other. They will share valuable safety, mobility, and environmental information over a wireless communications network that is already connecting and transforming our transportation system as we know it. Such a system of “connected vehicles,” mobile devices, and roads will provide a wealth of transportation data, from which innovative and transformative applications will be built. These apps will make travel not only safer, but smarter and greener. The possibilities are boundless.

Dynamic Mobility Applications:

 

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Research Contacts

Katherine K. Hartman
Program Manager, Truck and Program Assessment
ITS Joint Program Office
(202) 366-2742
Kate.Hartman@dot.gov

Robert Rupert
Traveler Information Management Team
Office of Transportation Management
Federal Highway Administration
(202) 366-2194
Robert.Rupert @dot.gov

Steven Mortensen
Office of Mobility Innovation
Federal Transit Administration
(202) 493-0459
Steven.Mortensen@dot.gov

Randy Butler
Freight Technology Manager
Office of Freight Management and Operations
Federal Highway Administration
(202) 366-9215
Randy.Butler@dot.gov

Ben McKeever
Team Leader, Transportation Operations Applications
Office of Operations R&D
Federal Highway Administration
(202) 493-3270
Ben.McKeever@dot.gov

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